Overview Lamb explores the book of Revelation, posing such questions as: What if there were three raptures? Is that scenario sound, and what are its implications?
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.51" Width: 8.5" Height: 0.9" Weight: 1.14 lbs.
Release Date Oct 18, 2007
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1604770880 ISBN13 9781604770889
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Reviews - What do customers think about Three Raptures?
Book Review by Dr. Phil Corson Jan 2, 2008
(this review was placed by the author for Dr. Phil Corson)
Three Raptures, Exploring the Possibilities, is the product of thorough research and study over a period of years. When most readers have long embraced the traditional theology of just one rapture, author Ty Lamb has written a thought provoking work proposing not one, not two, but three separate and distinct raptures during the time commonly known as the Tribulation. The author writes with a transparent, convincing style,presenting his data with voluminous use of scripture. This fresh, new work is one that is difficult to put down once you get past the first chapter. I believe serious thinking believers, who are walking with God, have much to anticipate as we come to the end of the age of grace.
Dr. Phil Corson, Prescott, Arizona
A Must Read Book Nov 14, 2007
This is a great book. It gently leads the reader through the daunting Bible passages of Matthew 24, Daniel 9, and Revelations, unwrapping, by definition and a timely progression, end-times prophecy. It also leads the reader to a relational, loving God who has cleared a path for all who would come. this book does not leave us hanging fearfully, as most end-times books do, but challenges us by giving us the necessary scriptural guidelines to becoming the "Bride who has made herself ready." Without being dogmatic, Ty Lamb presents this theory with great humility, integrity, and passion for those of us stuck in the mud of last days, media-hyped confusion.